Limited Edition 2010 National Jamboree Patches for Sale

The Piedmont Council has produced a unique shoulder patch for the 2010 National Jamboree in honor of the 100 year anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America and recognizing Pete Docter, a Piedmont resident and the Oscar award winning director of the Disney-Pixar Studios movie “Up.”

The movie character Russell is a composite of some of the boys in one of our troops. He represents the true spirit of enthusiasm and adventure for Scouting. The balloons, of course, are from the movie but also represent the 100th birthday of Scouting in the United States.

Three patches make up a limited edition set which includes a letter of authenticity: one with a red border, the second with a yellow border and a third “ghost patch” all in blue.

Jamboree Up Patch 2010 with Red Border Jamboree Up Patch 2010 with Red Border


Jamboree Up Patch 2010 with Yellow Border Jamboree Up Patch 2010 with Yellow Border


Jamboree Up Patch 2010 Blue “ghost patch” Jamboree Up Patch 2010 Blue “ghost patch”


There were 100 sets, each with a letter signed by “Up” Director Pete Docter and Council President, Rick Eigenbrode. A few sets remain and are available for a donation of $100 while they last.

Additional un-numbered sets are available for a donation of $25 or a single patch for $10. We will mail the patches domestically for $3 postage and shipping materials.

Funds raised are used to support the Jamboree Troop and help send Scouts to the National Jamboree.

Characters from Disney•Pixar’s “UP” used with permission of Disney Enterprises, Inc. and do not represent sponsorship or endorsement of the BSA, the Piedmont Council or the 2010 National Jamboree by Disney Enterprises, Inc. or Pixar Animation Studios.

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